Freddie Mercury Net Worth

Net Worth: $100 Million
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  • Source of Wealth:

    Music
  • Birth Place:

    Stone Bar, Zanzibar
  • Marital Status:

    Partner (Jim Hutton)
  • Full Name:

    Farrokh Bulsara
  • Nationality:

    British
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About Farrokh Bulsara

British singer-songwriter and musician Freddie Mercury has an estimated net worth of $100 million. He is best associated with the Queen, a rock band where he served as the lyricist and lead vocalist.

Freddie Mercury was born as Farrokh Bulsara on September 5, 1946 in Stone Town, Zanzibar which is now known as Tanzania. He died on November 24, 1991 due to bronchopneumonia, just a day after he was diagnosed with the disease.

Freddie Mercury has written several hit songs sung by the Queen which includes "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "We Are the Champions", "Somebody to Love", "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Don't Stop Me Now", and "Killer Queen". Among the other songs which he wrote for Greatest Hits album of the Queen include "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy", "Bicycle Race", "Play the Game", and "Seven Seas of Rhye".

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Earnings 2004

Earnings 2004
Earnings from Forbes list of dead celebrities
$5,000,000

Earnings 1991

Earning Turned Donation 1991
Upon his death, he left £500k of his wealth to Jim Hutton
$850,500
Earning Turned Donation 1991
Upon his death, he left £500k of his wealth to personal assistant Peter Freestone
$850,500
Earning Turned Donation 1991
Upon his death, he left £500k of his wealth to chef Joe Fanelli
$850,500
Asset 1991
The value of Mercury's Edwardian mansion in West London which he left upon his death to his longtime partner Mary Austin is estimated to cost around £20 million
$34,000,000
Earning Turned Donation 1991
Amount left to Mary Austin after Mercury's death was estimated to be around £9
$15,000,000
Earning Turned Donation 1991
Upon his death, he left £100k of his wealth to his driver Terry Giddings
$170,000
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